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By Judy Woodruff, Dorothy Hastings
In our news wrap Sunday, Dr. Anthony Fauci called attention to two new subvariants of COVID-19 that now represent more than half of all U.S. cases, protestors in Shanghai clashed with police over China's restrictive COVID lockdowns, intense Russian shelling…
Americans who have gotten the updated COVID-19 boosters appear better protected against symptomatic infection than those who haven't — at least for now.
By Lauran Neergaard, Associated Press
In our news wrap Monday, Pfizer asked the FDA to authorize a new COVID vaccine targeting omicron subvariants, Dr. Anthony Fauci will step down from his post in December, Russia blamed Ukraine for a deadly car bombing near Moscow, Pakistan…
In our news wrap Tuesday, Ukraine's military said it destroyed a Russian ammunition depot in outside the occupied city of Kherson, the U.S. military killed the leader of the Islamic State group in Syria, Mexico's president calls for end to…
By Carla K. Johnson, Associated Press
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the face of America's pandemic response through two White House administrations, has tested positive for the coronavirus.
President Biden on Thursday marked the U.S. nearing one million lives lost due to the pandemic and called on Congress to pass funding for more COVID relief. The pandemic has claimed more than 6 million lives worldwide, though WHO estimates…
As COVID cases begin to pick up across the U.S. the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Tuesday said that three out of every four children have been infected by COVID. This comes as the White House moved to…
In our news wrap Sunday, France's presidential election is headed to a runoff as the far-right candidate Marine Le Pen closes in on President Emmanuel Macron, uncertainty has taken hold in Pakistan after a no-confidence vote removed Prime Minister Imran…
COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths are all down substantially in the U.S. with restrictions loosened in most places. But the nation is still losing more than a thousand people a day on average to the virus, and as cases rise…
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